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We feature interviews with education thought leaders, founders of ed-tech companies, chief education officers, education start-ups with purpose and meaning as well as professors in higher education. We also cover a lot of social good stories. The founder, Robyn Shulman, was recently featured as a top education journalist on Cision's Influencer's Blog.

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Achieving Equity in EdTech: It’s a Family Thing

  By Tamara Fyke The sudden shift to distance learning this Spring, due to the coronavirus, highlighted the gap in access to Wi-Fi and devices […]

Teacher to Teacher: Simple Advice for Going Virtual

  By Melissa Saphos Any way you tackle it, teaching is a tricky process that takes serious planning, time, consideration, and knowledge. When you add […]

Using this Stimulus Wisely to Go Hybrid

Learning Counsel Virtual Discussion Any way you slice it, the CARES Act stimulus will bring a lot of money into K-12 this year. How wisely […]

The Benefits of WPS Testing

Clinicians and teachers are responsible for analyzing and evaluating childhood behavior to determine if the child in question struggles with any type of developmental delay. […]

Student Stress: Compounding the COVID-19 Crisis

  By Ellen Yan We don’t have to think twice about protecting children from physical harm. Our natural instinct kicks in to help keep kids […]

Making the Most of Your CARES Act Funding for Educational Technology

  By Cheryl Miller and Steve Halliwell The World Economic Forum reported that more than 1.2 billion students were learning outside of the classroom globally in late […]

Race through the Eyes of a Child: Perception and Reality

  By Tamara Fyke My eight-year-old boy smiled as we drove to school on the first day in August 2014.  “I’m so excited, Mama.  I […]

Video – Surviving the Aftermath of COVID-19: Continued Caution Ahead

There is no magic bullet for schools to successfully navigate the aftermath of COVID-19. Even our nation’s best education minds are feeling their way through, […]

Opinion: When Schools Reopen, Will Teachers Return?

  By Franklin Schargel When schools reopen a significant portion of the teaching workforce, in addition to children could be a risk. The Centers for […]

Renaissance Offers Summer Resources to Ensure Continuous Learning

The global edtech leader’s reading and math programs, on-demand webinars, and resources will help school leaders and educators keep students engaged, learning, and prepared for […]

The Future Because of the Past

  By LeiLani Cauthen What’s to become of learning from what we have learned during the COVID-19 crisis? It’s a struggle for anyone who sees […]

One Principal’s Creative and Strategic Approach to Distance Learning During COVID-19

  By Kiana Pendleton As Principal at Laurel Magnet School of the Arts (LMSA) in Laurel, Mississippi, I have made it a priority to respond […]

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